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 May 18 revised Graph this function: F(x)=$-2^{|x|+1}$. added 1 character in body May 17 comment Absolutet Value Inequality with cases number line Done! Also included the number line. May 17 revised Absolutet Value Inequality with cases number line added 292 characters in body May 17 reviewed Reject Proof of this inequality May 17 comment Absolutet Value Inequality with cases number line A number line wouldn't be much of a solution. It can only be used to represent numbers. Depending on different contexts, it's used in different ways. Here, the question might be asking you to use a number line for representing the solution of this inequality. May 17 comment Absolutet Value Inequality with cases number line A number? I'm not sure if I perfectly understand your query. Do you mean a number line? May 17 answered Absolutet Value Inequality with cases number line May 17 comment what is the solution for this equation : $2^x-6(2)^{-x}=6$ If $t$ is negative, then $2^x$ will be negative for some real $x$, which is not possible. May 17 answered what is the solution for this equation : $2^x-6(2)^{-x}=6$ May 17 answered Graph this function: F(x)=$-2^{|x|+1}$. Apr 22 answered How to solve this inequality? Apr 17 comment Trigonometric substitution Oh, x^2/2 is the angle. OK. Apr 17 comment Trigonometric substitution did you mean $\frac{\sin^2(x)}2 = \frac{1}{2}(1 - \cos^2(x))$ Apr 13 answered Problem : Solve $|x^2+x-4| =|x^2-4| +|x|$ Apr 10 comment Proof of a claim on a continuous function in [0,1] Brian... ${}{}{}$ Apr 4 awarded Popular Question Mar 19 accepted Prove that $\rm area(\triangle ABE) = area (ABCD)$ Mar 19 asked Prove that $\rm area(\triangle ABE) = area (ABCD)$ Mar 14 awarded Nice Answer Mar 5 answered if x^2 + 2x - 3 >= 0 then (x <= -3) V (x >= 1)